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> In reply to Ranger @ 2012-03-23 15:47 from PWaw - click to readfirst try it and then judge! ;)

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  • 2012-03-23 16:59
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41MP! But with 360 x 640 pixels, 4.0 inches (~184 ppi pixel density) not so good...

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  • 2012-03-23 15:47
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41 mp wowwwww!!!

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  • 2012-03-23 15:23
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> In reply to JNPFerreira @ 2012-03-23 00:36 from mnkP - click to readi think nokia will develop there os and in future nokia shoud support symbian 2022 os^ 222edition.camera 222 megapixle.22.2gh processor dual core .222gh ram etc dtc.size 2mm thick. Done dana don

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  • 2012-03-23 14:49
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> In reply to Yeman @ 2012-03-22 19:06 from vb8G - click to readThe Nokia 808 pureview developer should make @60fps so the image looks better if catching a picture of racing car or other fast things.

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  • 2012-03-23 13:44
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> In reply to Viki @ 2012-03-23 12:34 from wMHH - click to readYou can't have everything.. Anyway, the amoled clear black screen looks pretty good!! ;)

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  • 2012-03-23 12:48
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184 ppi display is very low. Others are offering now more than 300ppi.

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  • 2012-03-23 12:34
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Dude nokia iz outstanding ! It proved it again with this phone ! 41 MP other companies wont even thing about it !! Nokia keep it up !

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  • 2012-03-23 09:11
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does it reads 41 mp!!! did i see right?

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  • 2012-03-23 08:21
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> In reply to tokos89 @ 2012-03-22 21:08 from mYex - click to readvery well said tokos89, i subscribe!

the quad, hexa, octo, billion core frenzy makes no sense at all...

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  • 2012-03-23 08:21
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symbian is a nice Os,my SGS2 just got ICS and now dual core Is not enough,the Phone went lagging and really slow and funniest part Is that I cannot se any differens from Gingerbread except face unlock and other small thing,It could definately not have Purewiev on that with 4x and looseless zoom,android just need quad core to run smotly ICS and after that,no need for symbian to have dual core,thats powerful Os.

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  • 2012-03-23 07:18
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Or I cant Believe it has 41 M.P Camera,,,,,,,,,,,...............

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  • 2012-03-23 06:44
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> In reply to tokos89 @ 2012-03-22 21:08 from mYex - click to readYes, Android's UI is cool, but when you have a lot of apps, they tend to get disorganized in the menu screen. I am not a fan of using widgets, or putting shortcuts in the homescreen unless I use them very often because they take up resources and add to the battery consumption.

I also think the best is Symbian. Sure, it is not as easy to use as iOS, but when it comes to optimizations and feature sets, I prefer what Symbian offers. Multitasking? I started doing that with my 7650, my first smartphone. Specs are important, but what matters more is how well they actually perform in real life. I didn't like WP7, and would probably give WP8 a chance, but if it is as limiting as WP7, then I would rather go for Android for its feature set if they will be abandoning Symbian.

Still I would prefer Symbian. More organized, optimized for less battery consumption, with an excellent feature set and it is the one that doesn't have much problems with fragmentation. Most apps are compatible across the higher OS versions (S60v3 and up). I am even using some apps for N8 in my N73. Now that is cool. :)

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  • 2012-03-23 02:21
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> In reply to furri @ 2012-03-22 17:08 from IaHA - click to readPureView might cost a lot, and for sure will be more expensive than the Lumia 800, but its feature set is actually what makes it good. Sure, there are those that won't be interested, but for those who prefer phones with that kind of feature set (just like me), then this phone is definitely one to get. But if price is the problem, Nokia's prices go down easily. Just wait a few months.

Nokia.. they should've stuck with Symbian. WP is a bad choice.

Sony Ericsson, I have no opinion on them, haven't tried their phones.

Motorola might have a future, seeing as they are close with Android right now, but who knows?

Samasung makes good spec sheets TBH, but feature pack and overall performance feels a bit lacking, and their designs don't feel so unique.

HTC.. expensive. IMO, I would go for Samsung than HTC.

Apple makes fast phones and they are very easy to use, but with all those limitations and limited feature sets? No, thanks.

~those are my thoughts on the different manufacturers

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  • 2012-03-23 02:12
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The back side of this phone reminds me of Bender form Futurama!! LOL!!!!

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  • 2012-03-23 01:03
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> In reply to Sharjeel Khan @ 2012-03-22 17:40 from KIvD - click to readif nokia used android, then they would be obligated to put a more powerful processor in order to deal with the camera and that OS. symbian is more reliable, and requires less resources in order to work. start using the new os belle, and see the differences. it was amazing in the past, now it's awesome. hope they forget the idea to drop it, and start evolving it. these latest upgrades have been great.

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  • 2012-03-23 00:36
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> In reply to NobleScarlet @ 2012-03-21 05:02 from th6y - click to readIn my Opinion, Symbian(Nokia) is the best OS for real phone users (who using it for calling, messaging, mailing, surfing) not for those who think a phone is a smartphone if there are thousands of applications for that (even if you use only 5% of them). Android is on the top because the companies (mostly Samsung) put a lot of money to advertise android as a "MUST HAVE" OS. It is getting very fragmented and causing problems for the software developers too. Maybe android UI is cool and can be futuristic, but it is eating your battery till the end of the day. The most attractive phones today have quad-core processors, gigabytes of RAM...why? Is it really necessary if there is a well optimized OS that can do anithing with single core and less RAM? Companies are "renting" the OS from google and they are not doing R&D just making unique interfaces. I think Apple devices are not the best in price/value but they are developing and testing iOS which is well optimized. To close my tale, nobody knows what will be the trend 2 years later. I feel that android is getting into a really big trouble with its trillions of devices. I wait for WP8, maybe it will be good. But once again I think the best is symbian.

It's not trolling or offense, just personal thoughts. ;)

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  • 2012-03-22 21:08
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> In reply to Sam @ 2012-03-22 16:01 from KFMx - click to read60 fps would be better. as this will look smoother. and not so choppy.

but at 30 fps in 1080p. this is still good.

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  • 2012-03-22 19:28
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> In reply to Avenger Osiris @ 2012-03-21 15:05 from RNDm - click to readof course,who is running the company and where did he come from?..

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  • 2012-03-22 19:23
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> In reply to Sam @ 2012-03-22 16:01 from KFMx - click to readIf you want to shoot object which have fast movement then you have to use 60fps and in normal movement you can use 30 fps. For example if you shoot moving train on 30fps then it will become blur. so 1080p picture quality is clear but for 30fps or 60fps is depend what you are going to shoot.

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  • 2012-03-22 19:06
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